Medical ceramic parts
We specialize in parts manufacturing for medical industry customers!
Our ceramic parts follow strict medical manufacturing standards in terms of precision, workmanship, and quality.

Strictly implement ISO13485 medical device quality management system and comply with RoHs and REACH regulations.
Ability to process miniaturized biocompatible implants.
Support small batch, multi-variety personalized customized solutions.

We master a variety of advanced precision ceramic processing technologies and have various types of CNC machining centers and plane processing equipment. The flatness can reach up to 0.001mm, the parallelism can reach up to 0.001mm, and the perpendicularity can reach up to 0.001mm. It is also equipped with 3D, 2.5D, hardness tester and image measuring instrument. Regardless of craftsmanship or quality, we are your most cost-effective choice for customized ceramic parts.

  Medical Precision Ceramic Processing

High strength: resistant to wear, corrosion, acid and alkali, does not react with potions, extending the service life of the equipment.
Finish: The ultimate surface finish, smooth and noiseless product, with high air tightness.
Personalization: Meets biocompatibility, does not block microwaves, and is widely used in thermal ablation devices.

The main materials are: zirconia, alumina, ZTA, silicon carbide, silicon nitride, boron nitride, and aluminum nitride.

We provide free solutions based on different project applications to help complete and optimize drawings. Provide customers with non-standard product solutions such as special-shaped customization and product specification parameters, and can cooperate to develop new technologies for special projects, such as hole drilling, laser engraving, etc.






Silicon Nitride


Silicon Carbide

Our ceramic components are mainly used for:

Ceramic applications in therapeutic equipment: 

infusion pumps, dialysis equipment, endoscopes, micropump shafts, stents, etc. 

Ceramic applications in diagnostic equipment:

ceramic plungers, column sleeves and pistons for medical equipment such as metering pumps and analyzers. 

Ceramic applications in monitoring equipment: 

ceramic feedthrough (protection carrier) for electrical signal transmission channels and chips of electrocardiographs, blood pressure meters, blood glucose meters, oximeter and other equipment.

Experienced Medical Parts Manufacture Benefits You:

1. 100% high quality ceramic material

The hardness of ceramics is second only to diamond, and it is resistant to high temperatures of 1500-1800°C. It has the characteristics of non-discoloration, anti-oxidation, insulation, anti-static, acid and alkali resistance, etc.

2. Products that comply with Rohs and Reach regulations

We have experience in human implant processing, provide third-party MSDS reports, comply with Rohs and Reach regulations, and can make biocompatibility reports on our behalf. Ensure that parts are of reliable quality, safe and stable, and materials are traceable to protect medical safety and customer rights.

3. Provide efficient solutions

A professional technical team with Japanese management system experience and rich experience in ceramic processing in the medical field provides customers with non-standard product solutions such as special-shaped ceramic parts.

4. Exclusive medical quality management system

We resolutely implement the ISO13485:2016 medical device quality management system to ensure that every step from manufacturing to quality inspection to shipment can ensure the yield rate in a timely manner and the dimensions meet the customer's drawing requirements.




Strictly implement ISO 13485


Quality inspection

Let AbleMed supply you with precision ceramic parts from now on!


What is precision ceramics?

Metals, organic materials, and ceramics are called the "three major materials". Among ceramics, porcelain used in various industrial applications including the electronics industry requires high performance and high precision. Therefore, it is now called "precision ceramics" to compare with ordinary ceramics made of natural materials such as clay and silica. Make a distinction. Precision ceramics are high-precision ceramics manufactured using "strictly selected or synthesized raw material powders" through "strictly controlled manufacturing processes" and "precisely adjusted chemical compositions".


What are the ceramic materials for medical use?

Ceramic materials used in the medical field include zirconia, aluminum oxide, aluminum nitride, silicon carbide, silicon nitride, etc. The general appearance colors are black, white and gray. Of course, there are also some that are more yellow or blue. As for what is called ivory? It doesn’t matter whether it is white or starlight white. Among them, zirconium oxide (chemical formula ZrO2) is the most commonly used for processing medical equipment parts. Zirconium oxide is a white, odorless and tasteless crystal. Its main characteristics are high mechanical strength, wear resistance, and durability. It is an inactive chemical material with high resistance and high melting point. It has good biocompatibility in medical applications, does not shield microwaves and is acid-resistant.


What precision ceramic parts are available in the medical field?

Most of the ceramic parts used in medical equipment are cylindrical ceramic parts, mainly concentrated on pump pistons and plungers, such as infusion pumps, medicine filling pumps, catheter pumps, and blood pumps. In addition, it is also used in endoscopes, medical testing equipment, some vascular stents, and human implants.


The main processing process is to prepare raw materials, then sinter them into shapes, start cutting, drilling, grinding and other processing, and finally perform surface treatment according to needs. Ceramics have high hardness and are very brittle, so the processing difficulty is relatively high and cannot reach the level of metal. The same precision is mainly obtained by grinding little by little.


How to choose a medical ceramic parts processing factory?

The processing of precision ceramic parts requires a high degree of technology and experience. Only manufacturers with relevant professional knowledge and rich experience can provide high-quality products.


It is necessary to choose manufacturers with quality management systems and quality standards to ensure that products meet customer requirements and standards. Corresponding system standards can reduce the probability of trial and error of defective products.


The medical industry should choose manufacturers with ISO13485 certification. Quality assurance can promote development, virtually save more time and costs, and protect their own rights.

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